Writing for travelwires.com, Breana Orland compared what both countries have to offer for family adventure holidays.
Imaginative travellers who head to Kenya in July could be lucky enough to see two million zebra and wildebeest - as well as their predators - migrate across the plains.
Sitting on the Indian Ocean, Kenya has everything from the wildlife to beaches and "unique scenery", the writer noted.
Commenting on South Africa, the author said: "It also houses picturesque beaches and spectacular big five game, which includes buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhinoceros."
Family adventure holidays to either country could prove perfect for people who want to get that little bit closer to nature and animals on their overseas trips.
According to Wildwatch, which tracks the migration of animals, on July 9th herds could be seen along the Serengeti/Mara border and in south-eastern Masai Mara, with "throngs of wildebeest and zebra as far as the eye can see".
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